Meryl Streep has shown over and again that she is capable of performing any kind of music, even a well-known song by an independent rock band.
At Webster Hall in New York City on the 16th of October, the three-time Oscar winner joined Broken Social Scene onstage to perform their classic song “Anthems for a seventeen-year-old girl.” Actress Tracey Ullman also joined them onstage for the performance. In general, I am opposed to concert videos; nevertheless, I am willing to make an exception for this extraordinary crossover occurrence.
Meryl Streep is the lady who responds to Tracey Ullman’s invitation at the beginning of the video for her to join her onstage so that she may sing along with “Anthems for a Seventeen-year-old Girl.” Ullman is already onstage at this point.
Streep joined the musical collective and excitedly sang along while recording a video of the whole affair on her phone. Her attire was extremely reminiscent of Ally in A Star Is Born, with a white shirt, black slacks, black spectacles, and a VIP badge. It seemed like Streep was fangirling over the band about as much as anybody else would fangirl over her.
Meryl Streep was clearly feeling the vibes as much as she felt the role of Miranda Priestly in the film The Devil Wears Prada. Broken Social Scene is a Canadian vocal combination that was established in 1999 by Kevin Drew and Brendan Canning. The group has contained the following musicians over the years, including Feist. The majority of the song is the recurrence of the lyrics “park that car, drop that phone, lay on the floor, dream about me.” For those who are not familiar with Broken Social Scene, the group is Do you need an invitation to attend a performance to earn an Oscar?